Stacey Solomon sparks concern as she 'disappears' from social media without explanation

STACEY Solomon left fans in the dark as she "disappeared" from social media without explanation.

The mum-of-three has been unusually silent on social media since she last posted on Sunday evening.

Normally, Stacey tells fans she'll be "hiding her phone in a drawer" so she can catch up with her busy lifestyle without distractions.

But Stacey went offline without warning – despite appearing on Loose Women on Monday lunchtime.

In her last post, Stacey shared a black and white video of her and baby Rex cuddled up in bed.

Stacey shared the quote: "The love we give away is the only love we keep."

She told fans: "Good night, sweet dreams. Love you all lots."

On Monday's Loose Women, Stacey stripped off as part of the show's incredible Body Stories campaign.

Alongside her fellow panellists Frankie Bridge, Linda Robson, Brenda Edwards and Nadia Sawalha, Stacey undressed to hit back at "body tuning" apps.

Jane Moore, Kelle Bryan, Kaye Adams, Coleen Nolan and Denise Welch have also taken part in the spectacular, which they first did in 2017.

The Loose Women favourites appear in two pictures – how they really look in the incredible snaps and after they have been 'bodytuned' using a controversial app that seeks to remove 'imperfections'.

Mum-of-three Stacey, 31, said: “I loved doing Body Stories the first time and I was so excited to do it again.

"My body’s completely different, I’ve had another child since then. But I still have that picture hanging up in my dressing room, I love it, it makes me smile every time I look at it.

“I think every day you have to give yourself a bit of credit and say as many nice things to yourself as you would horrible. It’s about trying to flip it on its head. I don’t think that for most people you’re 100% confident all of the time.

"It’s a work in progress and every day you’re trying to convince yourself of the things that you are, rather than the things that you’re not. We get really good at convincing ourselves about the bad things, so it’s about de-programming that mentality."

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